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Parasitic poker machine bugs are crawling over the streets and homes of Tasmania in a new campaign from Bad Bets Australia.

The bugs, which are a cross between cockroaches and poker machines, aim to highlight the parasitic nature of the gambling machines, which sucked $200m from the Tasmanian economy.

The ad features the bugs haunting Tasmanian neighbourhoods at night in the style of 80s horror films and b movies.

The animated anti-pokies campaign was created by Jumbla and the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in a bid to lobby the government to remove poker machines from pubs and clubs across the state. 

Jumbla: Jumbla 'Pokie Parasite'

Agency: Jumbla
Client: Jumbla
Date: March 2018
Parasitic poker machine bugs are crawling over the streets and homes of Tasmania in animated anti-pokies campaign by Bad Bets Australia. The campaign was created by Jumbla and the Museum of Old and New Art (MONA) in a bid to lobby the government to remove poker machines from pubs and clubs across the state.
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Tags: Australia
 
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